In 1823, Lieutenant-General Job von Witzleben was rewarded 20,000 thalers by the King. He used the money to acquire a large piece of land around Lietzensee lake where he ordered Park Witzleben to be built as a summer residence for his wife and eight children. At the end of the century, developers built prestigious residential buildings close to the lake and opened Lietzensee and the park itself to the public.
In this park, you will find many ways to rest and enjoy the views. There are cafes and restaurants. At weekends it can be crowded but turnover is fast so it is worth waiting for a table. Trees branches that are falling into the lake, the scenery is just so beautiful and wonderful everywhere u look and every spot your eye falls on all around the lake.
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